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    Cake Boss

    Cake Boss

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    Baker Buddy Valastro will host this TLC docu-soap about a baker to the stars. Valastro's credits boast confections for Britney Spears and have been featured on The Sopranos. The New Jersey based Italian family runs a bakery in Hoboken, NJ.moreless
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    Junkyard Wars

    Junkyard Wars

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    This engineering challenge started off some years ago in the UK and has now made it over to TLC. In 2001 they filmed two seasons' worth of programs with a whole series of extreme Junkyard machines being built by teams of bikers, high-tech engineers, school teachers, and even hillbillies!moreless
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    What Not To Wear

    What Not To Wear

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    TLC's What Not To Wear is a spin off of What Not To Wear airing on BBC America. The reality show premise is simple: friends and family members nominate a candidate that they consider poorly dressed and ask the show to make over the "fashion victim." Fashion Police Stacy London and her partner, Clinton Kelly (or Wayne Scott Lukas in the first season) ambush the candidate and make them an offer-- they are given a $5000.00 budget for a new wardrobe, which they must purchase in New York City boutiques over the course of two days, but only on the condition that they allow Stacy & Clinton/ Wayne to critique, and in most cases throw out, their existing wardrobe. For grooming tips, hairdresser Nick Arrojio and makeup artist Carmindy help refine the candidate's look.moreless
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    Say Yes to the Dress

    Say Yes to the Dress

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    Say Yes to the Dress delves into the heart of world famous Kleinfeld Bridal where the staff face immense pressure to help each bride find the dress if her dreams.Owners Ronald Rothstein and Mara Urshel have continued the over 60 year tradition of the salon, now based in Manhattan. Take a peak at the brides as they try on their dream dresses! The show brings us up close and into the dressing room as brides prepare for their big day. Moms, bridemaids and friends all express their opinions and often frustrate both bride and staff. In the end though, most brides find that "dream dress" and walk down with their grooms into wedded bliss.moreless
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    Untold Stories Of The E.R.

    Untold Stories Of The E.R.

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    Untold Stories of the E.R. follows real life stories of incidents occurring to doctors at real hospital emergency rooms and the troubles they face trying to help the various people that they encounter.moreless
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    19 Kids and Counting

    19 Kids and Counting

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    Childhood sweethearts Jim Bob and Michelle see children as gifts, and after over 20 years of marriage, they have received 19 gifts of ten boys and nine girls. This means that Michelle has been pregnant for nearly half her life. TLC brings this Arkansas family phenomenon into your home with this documentary series.moreless
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    LA Ink

    LA Ink

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    Body artist Kat Von D has left Miami Ink and is setting up shop in her hometown of L.A., and TLC has its cameras on her to capture her success... or failure. Even though she's one among many tattoo parlors in the City of Angels, Kat's reputation precedes her. But can she learn how to balance her professional and personal life in a place where it's easy to get distracted by the glitz and the glamour?moreless
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    Little People, Big World

    Little People, Big World

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    Little People, Big World is a reality television series which follows the six-member Roloff family farm near Portland, Oregon. Many of the episodes focus on the parents, Matt and Amy, and one of their sons, Zach, who are Little People. The family was introduced in an hour-long TLC special in 2005.
    ("The original vision for TLC's 'Little People Big World' was to promote diversity and inspire individuals with disabilities to face life's challenges with courage – all through the story of the Roloff family. They continue to strive toward this original vision to date...After 200 plus episodes and currently filming 'Specials,' the show has become to mean more to its millions of fans worldwide.'Little People Big World' chronicles the journey of the Roloff family. Aside from sharing the day to day experiences of a family with four children and a business to run, it has been a tale of personal growth, celebrations and tragedies, adventures and the many milestones encountered by this unique and amazing family. As Matt says, 'It has been an honor to open our doors and hearts to share our lives with the world knowing that we've shown the power of a loving family and the fact that we all are more alike than different.'" --The Roloff Family)

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    I Didn't Know I Was Pregnant

    I Didn't Know I Was Pregnant

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    Women get the surprise of a lifetime when they find out they're pregnant � after going into labor! In the ten-part medical docu-drama I Didn't Know I Was Pregnant, Discovery Health explores the phenomenon of women who had no idea they are with child until the baby is ready to enter the world after a mysterious nine months. The series will introduce viewers to women like Nicci, a 31-year-old mother of three who delivers a surprise baby at home with only the help of her 10-year-old son, and LaCretia, who is rushed to the ER in labor pains but with no signs of pregnancy under an ultrasound.moreless
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    Jon and Kate Plus 8

    Jon and Kate Plus 8

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    Jon and Kate Plus 8 revamped to Kate Plus 8 after the couple's highly publicized divorce left Jon completely uninvolved in the production of the show. From then on, the focus shifted to Kate Gosselin as a single mother. This was, of course, five years after the Gosselins burst onto the scene as one of the few American couples to have eight children over the span of two pregnancies. As the world now knows, the show was created in the first place because Jon and Kate Gosselin were a typical married couple that only planned on having about three kids at the most, but fate had a much bigger plan for them. After giving birth to twin girls named Madelyn and Cara in 2000, a set of sextuplets arrived in 2004 - Alexis, Hannah, Aaden, Collin, Leah and Joel. This was originally a 2 hour special on Discovery Health Channel, but TLC offered Jon and Kate a deal for a weekly reality series, and now, even without Jon's regular participation, the show will continue to document the lives of Kate and their eight children as they grow and change in front of our eyes.moreless
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    Four Weddings

    Four Weddings

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    Four women agree to attend each bride's wedding to decide which one had the best. The winning bride and groom will win bragging rights and a dream honeymoon.
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    BBQ Pitmasters

    BBQ Pitmasters

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    This show features the world behind nationwide BBQ competitions.
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    Police Women of Broward County

    Police Women of Broward County

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    Another addition to the Police Women franchise, Police Women Of Broward County follows the lives and careers of four female Broward County, Florida, Sheriff's deputies.
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    Mostly True Stories: Urban Legends Revealed

    Mostly True Stories: Urban Legends Revealed

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    MTS: ULR is a sixty-minute series with five short stories about different popular urban legends. After each short, it goes over the crediblity of the story and whether any similar events have been recorded. Each episode features good acting, amusing anecdotes and some scary situations to draw in the viewer.
    Actress Natasha Henstridge originally served as hostess for the first season, but her hosting segment was later cut out to add a sixth segment to the episodes.moreless
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    10 Years Younger

    10 Years Younger

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    10 Years Younger takes one person that looks older than they are, and invites them to step inside the "box" — a display case in the middle of LA. Complete strangers guess the age, and critque the appearance of the guest, while the "Glam Squad" is standing by to give them a completely non-surgical makeover, to take a decade off the person's look in a mere 10 days.moreless
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    The Little Couple

    The Little Couple

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    TLC brings viewers another unique reality show documenting the day to day lives of newly weds Bill and Jen Klein, both of whom live with dwarfism. They must conquer the the usual joys and struggles of married life, as well as the challenges of their condition together.moreless
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    A Baby Story

    A Baby Story

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    Cameras follow a couple as they prepare to welcome a new addition (or two) to the family.
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    Trading Spaces

    Trading Spaces

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    The first and best home decorating show, and certainly the most copied show of it's kind, ended its run in December 2008 after 8 years. Host Paige Davis, 2 talented professional designers and 1 or 2 skilled carpenters were given just 2 days and a thousand dollars each week to help 1 person and their friend or relative improve a room belonging to another person, usually a neighbor, while that same other person and their friend or relative had a go at improving the first persons room in return. The journey was much of the fun as both the viewer and the homeowners learned new ways to remake their rooms in innovative ways, while wondering if the homeowners would love or hate their new rooms! Ever sit in a friend or relative's home and wish you could strip or paint the walls, take up the floor, sew and replace fabric on the couch or chairs? Well this show was for you... Trading Spaces was a design show based on the British series Changing Rooms. For the first 4 seasons, the show took two sets of neighbors, and they switched one room in each other's home. They were given a $1,000 budget and they only had two days to completely redesign their neighbor's room. They were assigned a designer and shared a carpenter. Starting with season 5, the neighbors and the designer got to choose the room and if they get the right room Paige picked, they would get extra money (usually twice the normal $1000) for the room. But they still only had two days to completely redesign their neighbor's room after the prep day. They still were not allowed back in to their own rooms until the two days are up. At the end of each episode, the host would sit down to talk with the designers about the room they just finished. Then, the host took the owners into their rooms, with their eyes closed, and revealed the room to them. Will they like the design? Will they hate them? Will they get rid of the design... The answer could be surprising during the reveal. During season 5 and continuing through season 7, Paige Davis was dropped from the show and a host-less format took over, with the designers and carpenters serving most of the functions Paige had done so well. The show continued, but seemed to loose focus, as the producers tried a number of changes to the format. They added a 2nd carpenter to each show in several seasons, added several of the designers and carpenters from the sister show While You Were Out to the roster, but ratings continued to stay low. So in season 8 the producers replaced everyone except Laura Day and Frank Bialec and one carpenter with a handful of new designers & 2 new male carpenters. The ratings must have nosedived because after less than half a season was shown, the new network bosses at TLC fired the production company and convinced Paige Davis and a 1/2 dozen of the most popular designers and carpenters to return to the show and see if going back to basics could restore the popularity the show had lost when Ms. Davis was let go. With the best talent on the show again, could the magic happen again! Apparently not, as the show was canceled after two more short seasons were shown. Some of the last season episodes were moved to a morning time-slot which probably lost the viewers that still remained. It was apparently a case of fixing the mistakes made to make the show without Paige Davis a little too late to recapture the audience that had moved on to other decorating shows during her absence. Trading Spaces Product sVHS/DVD Releases: The Best of Trading Spaces Trading Spaces - They Hated It! Trading Spaces: Season 1 Viewer's Choice Trading Spaces: Season 2 Viewer's Choice Book Releases: Behind the Scenes Book Make It Yours! Color! Paige by Paige: A Year of Trading Spaces Trading Spaces Ultimate Episode Guide Trading Spaces Trivia: Seasons 1-3 Ty's Tricks $100 to $1000 Makeovers 48-Hour Makeovers Rooms for Living Instant Impact Game Releases: Trading Spaces Design Companion (computer game) Trading Spaces Game (board game) Most of these can be purchased through TLC.com. Just go to the Trading Spaces site at TLC.com and click on 'Buy TS Stuff' -- some items can be found at other sites such as Amazon.com. Awards & Nominations 2002 - Daytime Emmy - Nominated - Outstanding Special Class Series 2002 - Daytime Emmy - Nominated - Single Camera Editing 2002 - Emmy - Nominated - Outstanding Special Class Program 2003 - Emmy - Nominated - Outstanding Nonfiction Program 2005 - People's Choice - Nominated- Favorite Reality Makeover Show Spinoffs! Trading Spaces: Family Trading Spaces: Boys vs. Girls Cast Hosts Paige Davis (seasons 2-5, 9-10) Alex Mcleod (season 1) Designers Frank Bielec Laura Day Genevieve Gorder Christi Proctor Rick Rifle (season 4) Dez Ryan (season 1) Laurie Smith Kia Steve-Dickerson Hildi Santo-Tomas Edward Walker Cat Wei (Trading Spaces: Family season 1) Douglas Wilson Barry Wood Vern Yip (seasons 2-4) Jon Laymon Carpenters Faber Dewar Carter Oosterhouse Amy Wynn Pastor Ty Pennington (seasons 1-4)moreless
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    Take Home Chef

    Take Home Chef

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    Australian Master Chef, Curtis Stone is coming to a grocery store near you! Stone approaches regular people in the grocery store to find out what's for dinner and offers his help in transforming their regular meals into something extraordinary. If the offer is accepted, Stone heads on over to the person's home to see how they eat and he offers up his assistance in spicing up their usual cooking routine.moreless
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    Clean Sweep

    Clean Sweep

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    The clutter is out and organized, new rooms are in on TLC's Clean Sweep. Two homeowners are given two days to sort their clutter that has taken over their homes and pitch what they don't need, while two rooms in their home are redesigned by professionals. The two homeowners, who could be anyone from a husband and wife to two friends, sort through their stuff by placing it in piles labeled Keep, Sell and Toss. They're assisted in letting go by either organizer Shelli Alexander (Season 1), or Peter Walsh. The items placed in Sell are then sold in a yard-sale on the second day, with anything not sold going to charity. The rooms are redesigned by either Angelo Surmelis, Molly Luetkemeyer, Kelli Ellis (Season 2), James Saavedra (Season 2), or Valerie Bickford (Season 1), with Eric Stromer the carpenter on-hand to design beautiful new furniture, or modify existing furniture. When the rooms are done, the transformations are usually so amazing that they are hard to believe. Please note the following new organization format for cast and crew: Hosts and Carpenter: Stacey Dutton, Tava Smiley and Eric Stromer appear only in the main cast list and not in individual episode listings. Designers and Organizers: Designers and Organizers are credited for the episodes in which they appear. For Season 2, Peter Walsh is credited as a star, since Shelli Alexander is no longer present. Homeowners: Homeowners will only be listed in the rare instance that they either already have an entry on TV Tome, or they have previously done substantial work in the area of television or movies. Unfortunately, Clean Sweep has been officially canceled as TLC moves in a "new direction" with their programming. Repeats of the program still air on weekends on TLC.moreless
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